John Legend tweeted that partaking in the documentary ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ was an ‘easy decision,’ and labeled Kelly a ‘serial child rapist.’ He was almost alone in going public.
Women who diverge at all from progressive dogma don’t feel supported by the people professionally dedicated to the cause of sexual equality. That’s a problem.
Madonna’s influence on music and young American women can help explain Natalie Portman and Jessica Simpson’s conflict over a bikini.
Someone please call the waaaaaaaambulance.
Voters in Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia chose the un-flashy Republicans over the celebrity-backed Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterms.
If there’s one thread tying together both Oct. 14ths, separated by eleven long years, it’s the theme of self-deprecation.
What better way to stand out from the herd of mindless, mainstream zombies than by becoming a messenger for Hollywood’s leading antagonist, Donald Trump.
I don’t look to any celebrities to inform my politics, but I do care a lot about the public reactions we’ve witnessed to both stars’ recent political comments.
Why claim residency in Tennessee, especially if, in Taylor Swift’s words, red-state policies don’t represent ‘MY Tennessee values?’
The famous actress’s new book, ‘Whiskey in a Teacup: What Growing Up in the South Taught Me About Life, Love, and Baking Biscuits,’ could teach us all something about manners.
If celebrity endorsements were dealbreakers, Hillary Clinton would have won. And so would have every high-profile Democratic candidate.
Rock and roll has often been an enterprise in which adult men who disdained conventional morality sold fantasies of sexual rebellion to infatuated teenage girls.
Taylor is being practical about which rivalries she’s dropping and which one’s she’s prolonging. Who can blame her?
It’s still debatable whether Kanye West is a ‘genius,’ but after listening to his nearly two-hour interview, it’s safe to take him at his word when he calls himself a ‘free thinker.’
Not only did Candace Owens inspire Kanye West, West inspired Chance the Rapper, who declared ‘black people don’t have to be Democrats.’ It was a ripple effect.
His new Netflix show attacks progressive pieties more shamelessly than anything available in America, and is far likelier to reach liberal audiences than anything conservatives do.
John Hughes simply must be defended. He was a singular talent and could be considered the most overtly America-loving filmmaker since Frank Capra.
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